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Old 10-14-2004, 10:11 PM   #1
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Talking camshaft positioning sensor

My car is pulling and the "check engine " turned on. I had the codes checked and it said that its the camshaft positioning sensor. I changed it and its still doing the samething. I got the codes checked again (without telling them I changed it) and it says the same thing. Can anyone help?

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You changed the whole sensor? Meaning you pulled the sensor and the long rod with the driven gear?
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no just the sensor another mustang owner told me my timing chain has some slack causing the sensor to think its bad what do you think
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Re: camshaft positioning sensor

hey man. i just came across the same problem with my pony. i changed the sensor itself and i didnt have a chk light until i turned it off and on again and now its back. Has anyone given you some ideas or suggestions? i heard somewhere it might be the altenator going bad but i think thats questionable.
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Old 06-30-2007, 06:16 PM   #5
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what you mean ur car is pulling? i think mines doing the same thing ur talking about. but idk
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Re: camshaft positioning sensor

When I had my engine replaced. I had the Cam position code too. My check engine light was on and all that. I you read the Haynes Manual. That sensor has to be seated just right. Go out and get a Haynes Manual. But as far as your sensor, you might not have it seated right. Hope it helps
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:40 PM   #7
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could be sumthing in your trans, my was doing the same thing like you said, pulling, and my pump was out in my tranny. i just got it back today, idk if its fixed now but ill let you know when i drive it. if its the pump, my tranny rebuild costs me 1635.41, just bc a damn pump was out, but i also got a stronger and higher stall 1900.
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